Giuliano da Sangallo about 1445–1516

An architect, military engineer and sculptor, Giuliano da Sangallo was particularly associated with the Medici in Florence, most famously designing Lorenzo de Medici’s villa at Poggio a Caiano (begun in 1485). In 1514, he was appointed architect of new Saint Peter’s in Rome by Leo X with Raphael, but died before any substantial progress had been made.